MiniOrganizer is a small no-nonsense personal digital organizer written in GTK2, featuring appointments, todos and notes. It uses iCalendar files as its native back-end, supports multiple alarms per appointment/todo and has recursive todos.
- One-time and recurring appointments.
- Hierarchical Todos.
- Multiple alarms per appointment and todo.
- Basic notes.
- Alarm notification with snooze.
- (Gnome) Panel docking.
- Uses universal iCalendar files as storage format.
You can find some screenshots here:
MiniOrganizer requires the following software in order to run properly:
Most modern Linux/BSD desktops (Debian, Ubuntu, OpenBSD confirmed) usually have binary packages for these dependencies, allowing for easy installation on those platforms.
For Debian-based systems (Debian, Ubuntu, Mint):
sudo aptitude install python-gtk2 python-glade2 python-dateutil
sudo pkg_add py-gobject py-gtk2 py-dateutil
Next, unpack the archive:
tar -vxzf miniorganizer-*.tar.gz
Change to the unarchived directory and run setup.sh:
cd miniorganizer-*/ ./setup.sh
This will install MiniOrganizer in the /usr/local/share/miniorganizer directory. Links to the binaries will be installed in /usr/local/bin/.
MiniOrganizer comes with two programs:
- miniorganizer, which is the graphical frontend.
- miniorganizer-alarm, which is the alarm notifier that sits in your dock.
MiniOrganizer (The miniorganizer executable) is the main MiniOrganizer interface. Running it will start MiniOrganizer, which will show you the Appointment/Todo/Notes interface.
Usage: ./miniorganizer [option] [ICAL] Small no-nonsense personal digital assistant Options: --version show program's version number and exit -h, --help show this help message and exit -i FILE, --import=FILE Import FILE into the calendar. -d DEBUG, --debug=DEBUG Debug level (1-50).
MiniOrganizer Alarm Notifer
The MiniOrganizer Alarm daemon (The miniorganizer-daemon executable) is the MiniOrganizer alarm notifier. When run, it docks in your desktop's notification area and shows alerts when an appointment or todo's alarm goes off. Clicking the icon in the notification area of your desktop will launch the main MiniOrganizer interface.
The MiniOrganizer Alarm daemon currently only alerts for a single Icalendar file, namely the .miniorganizer/miniorganizer.ics in your home directory.
Usage: miniorganizer-alarm [option] Options: -h, --help show this help message and exit -d DEBUG, --debug=DEBUG Debug level (1-50).
MiniOrganizer is Copyright 2008 by Ferry Boender et al (see Copyright section) and is released under the GNU General Public License v3. See the LICENSE file for more information.
Kiwi, which is distributed with MiniOrganizer, is Copyright 2003-2006 by Async Open Source and is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1 or higher. See the lib/kiwi/LICENSE.txt file for more information.
iCalendar, which is distributed with MiniOrganizer, is Copyright 2008 by Max M et al and is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1. See lib/icalendar/LICENSE.txt for more information.
MiniOrganizer contains code and contributions (and is thus copyright) by the following persons:
Michiel van Baak